Community Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications thru March 29

The Outer Banks Community Foundation is accepting scholarship applications online through Sunday, March 29, 2015. Graduating high school seniors, current college students, and adult continuing education candidates from Dare County, Currituck County, and Ocracoke are eligible to apply…

Annual Meeting Rescheduled to March 19

The Annual Meeting of the Outer Banks Community Foundation has been officially rescheduled to Thursday, March 19. The luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Pamlico Jack’s Restaurant in Nags Head…

Community Foundation Announces Free Grant-Writing Workshop

The Outer Banks Community Foundation and the NC Center for Nonprofits announce a free grant-writing workshop for local nonprofits: “From Great Idea to Winning Proposal: How to Find and Attain Grant Funds for Your Nonprofit” on Friday, March 20 at the UNC Coastal Studies Institute…

Scott Day Scholarship Honors Late Teacher

When beloved teacher and coach Scott Day departed this world on August 24, 2014, he left behind not only his family, but a generation of Hatteras students whose lives he had enriched. And now, Mr. Day is leaving an even larger legacy…

Community Foundation Now Hiring!

The Community Foundation is seeking qualified, enthusiastic applicants for the full-time position of Office and Program Manager. Applications are due by Friday, January 30…

OBCF Accepting Grant Applications Through February 6

The Outer Banks Community Foundation is accepting applications for its Community Enrichment Grants Program. Applications must be completed online by Friday, February 6…

Announcing Two New Funds with Liberty Christian Fellowship

This week the Outer Banks Community Foundation announced two new charitable endowment funds in partnership with the Liberty Christian Fellowship of Colington…

OBCF Awards $540,000 in 2014, Raising Funds to Do More in 2015

Ending another record-breaking year, the Outer Banks Community Foundation announced over $540,000 in grants and scholarships in 2014, including $105,000 in new grants earlier this week…

First South Bank Supports Community Foundation’s Flat Top Fund

To commemorate First South Bank’s new full-service banking office in Kill Devil Hills, Senior Vice President Skipper Hines presented a $2,500 donation to support the Community Foundation’s Flat Top Preservation Fund…

CheckPoint Donates Security System

Thanks to a generous contribution from CheckPoint Security, the Outer Banks Community Foundation has upgraded their office protections with a new, state-of-the-art security, fire alarm, and monitoring system…